That is such a gut punch. You did well, taking it as much in stride as possible. Didn't let it ruin an otherwise good ride.
You take care of your stuff, take extra care on the road, ride defensively, and be lucky enough not to get run over or forced down, etc, etc, etc, and then to have somebody just knock it over for you and run. People are pigs. Glad you maintained your equanimity so well and the bike sustained minimal damage. Good for you. No chance of a security camera on the parking lot, I guess?
We watched a drunk girl back into a car in austin late one night, wobble out of the car to look, (broken glass on both vehicles, slightly bent metal), get back in her car and drive away. We got her license, left it and our numbers for the victim. The victim called us for the story, got a number to call from police, spoke to a husband who said her story was that someone must have hit her. He believed the truth. Good guy. Same town, two years later, I came out to find a note on my car and a big dent in rear fender. The note was from a good samaritan that witnessed a woman (a pattern emerges) back into me, take a look, and leave the scene. What is that? Complete lack of character, morals, honor? What?
Time flies like an arrow.
Fruit flies like a banana.